Monthly Archives: September 2016

The Final Draft

Photograph by Hana Lehmann The Kairos Journal was meant to be a year-long endeavor to write about struggles that young Christians face. My co-bloggers and I are wrapping up now, but we’re obviously still questioning and struggling with all sorts of things. As proof, here’s my list of ideas that I didn’t get to write about […]

The Golden Hour: Faith in the Midst of Darkness

There’s a paradoxical hour each day when the definition and clarity of every object both animate and inanimate becomes muted and yet the color of the whole ether is intensified. There’s a dazzling warmth that permeates your field of vision and it seems almost as though the whole earth, after twelve-ish hours of daylight, is […]